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DDI-2014: 17th International Conference on Drug-Drug Interactions

30 Jun 2014 - 02 Jul 2014 - The HUB at University of Washington, Seattle, WA USA



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DDI-2014 is a yearly event providing a comprehensive update on the status of the science of drug-drug interactions and its relevance to drug development. Presentations will be given by experts from industry and academia. Topics covered will include literature and NDA reviews, mechanism and in vitro-in vivo extrapolation of DDI via enzyme and transporter inhibition and induction. The conference will also include a review on the current status of DDI potential of biologics and industrial perspectives.

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